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Daft question of the week : BT DSLAM's & capacity
info from samknows.com
An exchange local to me serves 745 residential and 85 business
customers, and has 1 DSLAM installed.
My exchange serves 8993 residential, and 184 businesses, having 2
2x 745 doesn't equal 8993 - do the former exchange users get better
speeds because of less 'occupancy'?
DSLAM's come with a varying number of port and also the option to just
add more cards to increase the number of ports, your likely to have a
smaller model on the home exchange with less room for extra cards.
Do a search on ebay for them, you'll get some idea of whats available.
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